The MHCLG has announced that it will work in partnership with the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) to update the England Enforcement Handbook.
The CIOB has now published its Code of Quality Management, following two years of work by the CIOB’s Construction Quality Commission, which was launched in response to a number of incidents highlighting construction defects in the UK.
Specialist regeneration developer, U+I reveals it has secured planning on appeal to demolish part of the Swanley Shopping Centre in Kent to construct several blocks of flats.
Chancellor Sajid Javid has unveiled more than £600m of new infrastructure spending, as he commits to an ‘infrastructure revolution’ over the next 12 months.
Cheshire West and Chester Council’s planning committee has approved plans for the first phase of the Chester Northgate development.
Hammerson has launched plans for the regeneration of a 1,670 sq m site in Leeds City Centre, which will see the creation of a 14-storey hotel.
Work on social housing construction is set to rise from 2019-2020, according to Glenigan’s construction market analysis.
Transport for the North has submitted a £120m plan to redesign Liverpool’s Rocket Junction at the M62 to replace Queens Drive Flyover with a new roundabout.
The housing crisis, shifting demographics and a rise in people living on their own represent major changes for how we live, yet town planning is slow to react to new forms of housing, argues WYG associate director Mark Westcott.
Housing and local government minister Julie James has launched a consultation on the National Development Framework for Wales.
The Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has published pioneering draft guidance for the measurement of land.
Mayfield has secured planning permission from the RBKC for two penthouse apartments at its historic Logan House development on Logan Place in Kensington.
Planning permission has been granted to build a 140-metre observation wheel and visitor attraction on land at Spillers Quay in Newcastle.
Stephen Pratt at Godwin Developments, discusses securing planning approval for the Landmark building, which is set to become Derby’s tallest building.